Today we will wrap up our mini-series on this short section of Matthew 18, beginning with verse 18, which is one of the most misunderstood passages in all of Scripture. Many who barely know God are yet very familiar with these words from Jesus. And, if we're not...read >>
Crowds cheered as their Messiah entered His city. "Finally, our King has come to lead us out of Roman oppression, our own exodus."
Indeed, their Messiah had come, but the oppression of sin is what He came to lead them out of. blinded by their own desires and...read >>
The Son represents the Father, who sent the Son to represent us, who are given to the Son by the Father, to receive the eternal life of the Son.read >>